Standard way to express a date in a real number?
tuco at interfree.it
Mon Apr 14 23:18:19 CEST 2003
"sdhyok" <sdhyok at yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> I am looking for a way to express a date in a real number
> in Python.
> For instance, in MatLab,
> n = datenum(2001,12,19,18,0,0) returns n = 731204.75.
> This kind of expression turned out to be very helpful
> when handling or storing dates.
> Is there any funtion for the purpose in Python (e.g. in datetime module)?
> Daehyok Shin
t = time.time()
# t is the number you asked for
If you want to know more about this look at
the "time" module .
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